A quick demo of our 7" LCD screen, inside a OneGauge housing/mount kit, running an OBD-II connection in a 2006 Toyota.
To make it easier for customers to mount their screens, we'll be partnering with Carlos at "Dash Inserts & Custom 3D prints", who makes custom 3D-printed, easy to install instrument clusters that allow you to easily fit a OneGauge screen into your dash in place of your instrument cluster. Carlos already has a long list
We get a lot of questions about the process of creating a custom instrument cluster, so we wanted to show the process and how it can be an easy weekend DIY project. We'll also refer you to this prior post with a few ideas on building your own cluster. 1.
We are excited to be offering another screen option- our most versatile yet! OneGauge will now directly connect to PiDash, a Raspberry-Pi based screen option that runs the popular software TunerStudio. Here are some features: Nearly unlimited variety of screen options- anything with HDMI! Many "widescreen" format screens that better fit rectangular dash openings are available
Our new group- The OneGauge Community- is now live. If you're interested in using OneGauge in your vehicle we recommend joining to follow along with updates as well as receive group-member discounts and other offers. Feel free to post any questions as well as info about a vehicle that you'd like to see OneGauge in!
Hey guys! Michael here. I've been running this business by myself for the last couple years and have been amazed at how much it's grown and how eager so many of you have been for products like this. I'm grateful for your support and interest- keep it coming! We're going to be make some important
Are you looking to make some money just by sharing our products? We would rather pay you for sharing our products than pay for advertising, and we are always looking for support as we try to get the word out about our product. To that end, we are currently offering a 5% referral commission
We're always working to add new features at OneGauge. Here are couple we've added recently: Support for CAN-BUS enabled input and output devices. These include aftermarket ECU's such as MaxxECU, Link G4, Haltech, and other ECUs that either have published their CAN-BUS protocols or allow you to set up custom CAN-BUS output. CAN-BUS input
OneGauge Hubs work with all sorts of sensors- temperature, pressure, fuel, and many more. Want to add sensors to your setup? Here's a full list of everything that works with a OneGauge setup. Updated 4/29/20. Screw Terminals A1 - A6: These six terminals provide six inputs for analog style sensors. The three sensors